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Cigar Review: Headley Grange by Crowned Heads

Following the huge success of Crowned Heads first addition to the cigar world – Four Kicks – which like many of their cigars, has a clear reference to music – this one in specific a song by the band Kings of Leon, the company has continued with branding, design and focus all their own. Being a group with close ties to the music industry and living in Nashville, incorporating the music industry into their cigars fit right in line with who they are.

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Cigar News: Drew Estate Debutes New ACID Cigars

Drew Estate Debuts ACID Green Kuba Candela, ACID Blondie Candela, and Two additional ACID Blondie Expressions Today Drew Estate announces the release of ACID Green Kuba Candela, ACID Blondie Candela, ACID Blondie Red, and ACID Blondie Gold. The ACID Brand will be displayed in Drew Estate’s booth (Booth #2608) at the IPCPR Convention and Tradeshow, held July 10 – 14, 2017 in Las Vegas, Nevada. The ACID Kuba Candela and ACID Blondie Candela feature a smooth candela wrapper, with Drew Estate’s signature ACID infusions, allowing for the natural sweetness of…

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Cigar Review: Hiram and Soloman Entered Apprentice

Cigars and brotherhood have gone together for centuries, probably since the first cigar was ever rolled, it only makes sense for cigars and Masons to go together. The Hiram and Soloman line was born from this brotherhood and a love for sharing cigars. WB Ed Kashouty had a long time dream of creating a cigar for the enjoyment of his brother Masons. He teamed with George Dakrat and Harry Rockafella to create a cigar made in the Dominican Republic that was just that. The principals behind the cigar was one…

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Cigar Press Release: Viva Republica to release the “Art of War” at the 2016 IPCPR

MIAMI – On July 21, 2016 attendees of the International Premium Cigar and Pipe Retailer trade show will be introduced to Viva Republica’s Art of War, a larger sized parent brand to the company’s popular Warfare Series. The Art of War, handmade at La Aurora, along with all of the company’s releases, will be featured in four sizes: Robusto (5” x 50) $8.50, Corona Gorda (6” x 47) $9.50, Toro (5.5” x 54) $10.50 and Gran Toro (6” x 58) $11.50. Enveloped with Stalk-Cut Connecticut Broadleaf over a binder of…

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Cigar Press Release: Recluse Cigar Company Announces OTG Habano

Recluse Cigar Company announces the release of Recluse OTG Habano. The Recluse OTG Habano is the fourth expansion of Recluse Cigar Companies original OTG Maduro blend which was the companies very first blend that was offered to the U.S. market. J.R. Dominguez, who is one of the companies founders said, ” The OTG Maduro has always been my personal favorite. Now I have a problem; I cannot make up my mind which one I like the best!” The Recluse OTG Habano features a Grade A Habano wrapper and the cigar…

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Cigar Review: Ohana M13 Lancero

  In 2015 Ohana cigars was launched by RyanRodriguez, the first installments were the Friends and Family and the First Generation.  Both cigars were very popular in the boutique cigar world, which drove Rodriquez to realize that he would need more hits to follow up.  This year Ohana has released a few different cigars, today we will be looking at the M13 Lancero.  The M13 is project from Rodriguez that is in honor of his mother, with M being the 13th letter of the alphabet, M13 represents the word “MoM.”  The M13…

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